“Going beyond one’s personal limits is an essential part of being a creative. Without, there is no progress, no fun, and no learning curve. And that’s what it’s all about, at the end of the day, we want to explore and get somewhere else and learn something in the progress. About us and the world. But to be honest not every project can be one, where you get out of your comfort zone completely. Sometimes you move restfully within your skill set and enjoy the security of it.

It was quite the opposite with the „Limitless Me“ Project. It took me out of my comfort zone on so many layers. From showing my work, not only digitally, but in real life and being confronted with the direct impact of it, to talking publicly about it in front of a camera and a live audience. On a creative level, I took a step, I wanted to take for a while now. Leaving the computer and a piece of paper for painting analogously and spatial.

My concept of „Limitless Me“ is based on the idea, that I am kind of the summary of my graphics and artworks since they carry my attitude, thoughts, ideas, emotions, goals, failures, and achievements. So the goal was to build an endless space, you can step into, turn around and be surrounded by my world. I tried to include, at least tiny pieces of my main themes like music, relationships, and sports in the artwork.”


Art installation for Google’s Limitless Me exhibition at König Gallery in Berlin.

Creative direction by Häberlein & Mauerer / production by Sunst Studio / photography by Toni Passig / concept, artwork, and installation by GABE.